Coalition Of Ministers To Defeat ISIS
Italian Foreign Minister Luigi Di Mao and US Secretary of State Michael R. Pompeo's invitation, the Global Joint Coallation of Foreign Ministers meeting to defeat ISISISIS small group, and determination to continue the fight against ISIS in Iraq and Syria, and creating conditions for the permanent defeat of the terrorist group through a comprehensive multilateral effort, that remains the coalition's sole objective. The Ministers stressed the protection of civilians, and confirmed that the UN Security Council resolutions should be upheld under all circumstances, along with international law, international humanitarian law protection of citizens and human rights. The ministers, committed to strengthening cooperation in all coalition efforts, to ensure that ISIS and its allies are unable to reorganize any regional enclaves and continue to threaten people. Together we stand united in our outrage at the atrocities of ISIS, and our determination to end this global threat. The Ministers spoke deeply to address on the fight against ISIS in Iraq. thanked them for their support for the coalition, and deeply respected extraordinary efforts and huge sacrifices made by Iraq for ISIS. While ISIS no longer controls the region and nearly eight million people are freed from its control in Iraq and Syria, the threat remains and calls for stronger vigilance and coordinated action is required. This includes allocating sufficient resources to sustain the efforts of coalition and legitimate partner forces fight against ISIS in Iraq and Syria, maintain stabilization support in liberated areas to protect our collective security interests. a new government in Baghdad look forward to engaging in a fruitful dialogue with the Government of Iraq, on our joint effort to maintain pressure on ISIS. While fully respecting Iraq's sovereignty and aiming to strengthen their security, the coalition operates in Iraq at the request of the Government of Iraq. We will continue our close cooperation and support with the Government of Iraq to optimize the operational efficiency and coordination of collective efforts to defeat ISIS. We welcome the Ministry of NATO Mission Iraq. the COVID-19 crisis has impact on the coalition's activities and operations, the ministers have committed to continue working with our allied forces, supporting the efforts to eliminate ISIS In Syria, the coalition stands with the Syrian people in support of a permanent political settlement according to UN Security Council Resolution 2254. The coalition must be vigilant against the threat of terrorism. continues to act together against any threat by ISIS. Expressed concern over the emerging threat in West Africa. The coalition plans for a meeting focused on capacity building in West Africa and the Sahel. Ministers agreed on the urgent need to pursue the exchange of information on known members of ISIS, by multilateral law enforcement channels such as Interpol for border security purposes, and enhancing strategic communications detained by foreign terrorist fighters, the challenge posed by family members living in Syria and Iraq are committed to advancing current effective accountability mechanisms in close coordination with the countries of origin. According to international law, to treat ISIS people humanely at all times. The ministers further acknowledged that the situation is a matter of grave concern for ISIS detainees and family members in northeast Syria, and recognized the importance of finding a comprehensive approach to this serious problem. This massive effort is necessary to achieve the complete and permanent defeat of ISIS worldwide. The Global Joint Coalition Of Ministers to defeat ISIS. political, military and law enforcement efforts by Ministers also confirmed their intention to hold, the next full ministerial meeting of the Global Joint Coalition Of Ministers to defeat ISIS can be in Italy as soon as the circumstances allow.